Pilot, Justin Kelly Answers Children’s Questions In His Debut Book. Join our Interview + Enter the Giveaway! {Ends 6/20/22}

May 27, 2022 | 6 comments

This new talent will explode media wih awesome upcoming non-fiction and fiction books. Be sure to keep the name of Justin Kelley in mind! In his debut book, Ask a Pilot: Answers to Kid’s Top Questions About Flying, his plight is just beginning. I thoroughly enjoyed our conversation and the insight into this promising author’s life!

I am sure readers of any age will learn a lot from this short children’s book. Enter the Giveaway for  opportunities to receive your own FREE copy of his book!

Meet Captain Justin Kelley:

Justin has been in love with aviation his entire life. Currently, he is a captain for Horizon Air, where he flies the DHC-8-400. As a pilot, he has transported people and cargo, explored exciting places like the Alaskan territories, and instructed others how to do the same. He studied aviation at Kansas State University. Justin lives with his amazing wife of thirteen years and their four children in Nampa, Idaho.

Watch my Interview with Captain Justin Kelley Here:

Book Details:

Ask A Pilot: A Pilot Answer Kids Questions About Air Travel by Justin Kelley

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Bushel & Peck Books (November 2, 2021)
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎114  pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1638190399
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1638190394
  • Reading age ‏ : ‎ 6 – 10 years
  • Grade level ‏ : ‎ 1 – 2

Book Description:

Author, pilot, and dad Justin Kelley puts kids at ease by answering twenty of their most pressing questions. 

Flying is fascinating, and kids have questions! 

  • Why don’t planes hit each other in the sky?
  • Do you start a plane with a key?
  • Why do my ears feel funny? 

With friendly language, simple explanations, and colorful illustrations, Ask a Pilot is the perfect handbook for aviation lovers and nervous flyers alike!

From the Introduction:

Do you dream of flying? If you answered yes, then this book is for you. On the other hand, if you answered no, and you started to sweat a little, and your heart started racing because the thought of trusting a huge, metal airplane that stays in the air by some unknown magic terrifies you, well . . . this book is also for you. Especially for you. 

In this book, you’ll find answers to real questions from real kids. Some are funny, some are serious, but all them have real answers to help make flying a little less mysterious.

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  1. lawonder10

    Thank l of you, so far, for your comments.
    This book was very enlightening to me. I hope to see it used in schools career day. e would be a wonderful speaker. It was such a fun interview!
    With Appreciation,
    Lu Ann

  2. Michele Pineda

    Fascinating learning about all the programming and computation that goes into flying nowadays! I know that there is much more air traffic out there now than in the past so you have to have good skills to fly a plane and also work with the tower to fly the plane safely. Glad they are cross trained in old school methods just in case the GPS etc… is not working.

  3. Shirley O

    Very interesting interview. Ask A Pilot sounds like a fun and educational book.

  4. Nadine

    I’m a private pilot and often speak to library or school groups about flying and this book would be wonderful to use.

  5. Anne

    Justin is a pilot. He enjoyed music. He tried flute and drums. Musical theater.

  6. Nancy

    It’s great to hear directly from a pilot. This book sounds great. Absolutely love this cover!

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